Thomas Galvin
Purveyor of Fine Pulp Fiction

Triquetra
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Stabbing someone is quick, easy, and fun. But everybody knows that to really kill someone, you want to twist the dagger once it’s inside. But who has the time and energy to do that, body after body, night after night? I mean, you could get carpel tunnel from all of that wrist action!

Fortunately, Tony Marfione has a solution: the Jagdkommando Integral Tri-Dagger Fixed Blade Knife, an incredible piece of work that combines three – count ‘em, three! – blades into one twisting spiral of death. God, this thing is beautiful.

It’s currently out of stock, but you can sign up to be notified as soon as one if available for sale. And seriously, why wouldn’t you?

(via Gizmodo, who clearly lack any sense of fun, adventure, or aesthetics.)

0 Responses to “In case you were wondering what to get for my birthday …”

  1. We’re never making it through airport security again, are we?
    – Lady

  2. Marlene says:

    I have absolutely loved your TVD recaps, but usually lurk rather than speak. However, I just wanted to take a moment to sincerely thank you and the Lady for the fun and laughter. You have such a keen sense of the ridiculous and you’re both flat out hilarious. :-) Okay….And on a side note…I suppose I can see that the knife IS oddly beautiful in that horrifying “sinister spiral of death” way. But you forgot the accessory! It even comes with an “oh no not phallic at ALL”, grenade-ish Sheath Of Doom. Buy a Twisty Spiral Of Death, get a Sheath Of Doom!!! For the lazy villain who wants to be practical but not sacrifice style! ;-)

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